Mentoring is a process by which an individual helps and gives advice to a person in need. The person younger in age than a mentor or lacks information or knowledge and needs mentoring.
Education of psychology generally depends on completing the course study—the training and development for building the future if one is not the object of basic educational psychology. Now, the world is changing, and so are the learning styles and their priorities.
Mentoring helps in guiding, teaching, and training people on a one-to-one basis. A mentor can be any person — teacher, professor, coach, activist, relative, or an elder.
Mentoring is not restricted to building a career. It has been established as a strong base for all types of activities. Whether a person is thinking of choosing a career, a travel idea, seeking to pursue their hobbies, or becoming a guide. No matter what the activity is, mentors play an important role. Students need more advice to achieve success in various domains of life.
The mentoring is now included in the work-study program of various middle-school and higher secondary schools, colleges. It is much more and even a broader concept than career counseling. Mentoring also helps in understanding the needs and requirements of students. It helped in the development of various types of teaching.